Massachusetts > Statewide > Probate And Family Court > General

Child Support Findings For Deviation CJ-D 305 - Massachusetts

Child Support Findings For Deviation Form. This is a Massachusetts form and can be used in General Probate And Family Court Statewide .
 Fillable pdf Last Modified 10/30/2013
Get this form for FREE as a print-only pdf

Docket No. CHILD SUPPORT FINDINGS FOR DEVIATION Name: Commonwealth of Massachusetts The Trial Court Probate and Family Court Division CHILD SUPPORT FINDINGS FOR DEVIATION FROM GUIDELINES I. $ The amount of the order which would result from the application of the Child Support Guidelines is: Weekly Biweekly Monthly Other (specify) II. The Child Support Guidelines are applicable in this case however the Court finds the presumptiveness of the Child Support Guidelines has been rebutted because, after considering the best interests of the child(ren), the application of the Guidelines would be unjust or inappropriate. The specific facts of this case which justify departure from the Guidelines are: The Court has reviewed the agreement dated upon facts as stated in the agreement. The child (one of the children) has special needs or aptitudes which are: presented by the parties, and accepts the agreed- The child (one of the children) has extraordinary medical or other expenses which are: Application of the Guidelines, particularly in low income cases, leaves a party without the ability to self support. Payor is incarcerated, is likely to remain incarcerated for an additional 3 years and has insufficient financial resources to pay support. Application of the guidelines would result in a gross disparity in the standard of living between the two households such that one household is left with an unreasonably low percentage of the combined available income. Which parent: A parent has extraordinary medical expenses. Which parent: A parent has extraordinary travel or other expenses related to parenting. Which parent: Application of the guidelines may adversely impact re-unification of a parent and child where the child has been temporarily removed from the household based upon allegation of neglect. Absent deviation, application of the guidelines would lead to an order that is unjust, inappropriate or not in the best interests of the child. A parent has extraordinary health insurance expenses. Which parent: Which parent: A parent is absorbing a child care cost that is disproportionate in relation to their income. A parent provides less than one-third of the parenting time for a child or children. Which parent: Other (specify): III. The Guidelines are not applicable in this case because: The combined gross income of the parties exceeds $250,000. Other (specify): Per Court Order dated was ordered to pay Other (specify): Date $ Weekly plaintiff/petitioner Biweekly defendant/petitioner Monthly Justice of the Probate and Family Court THESE FINDINGS MUST BE FILED AND DOCKETED WITH THE CASE. CJD 305 (8/1/13) FCSG American LegalNet, Inc. page 1 of 1
Link/Embed this Document

Popular Searches

  1. request for dismissal
  2. Declaration
  3. notice of motion
  4. interrogatories
  5. civil
  6. custody
  7. summons
  8. power of attorney
  9. affidavit of service
  10. proof of service

Bookmark and Share